Cast: Brittany Andrews, Cynthia Pendragon, Billy Tyler, Nina Dolci, Anthony Hardwood, Pason, Sarah Blake, Dolorian, Evan Stone, Vicky Vette, Alex Rox, Tristan Seagal
Length: 99.5 minutes
Date of Production: 11/14/2003 to 11/16/2003
Extra's: The best extra was a 10 minute long Behind the Scenes feature that showcased the talent. I'd have preferred more substance to it but it was fun nonetheless. The other extras included a photogallery, some trailers, and a double sided DVD cover.
Audio/Video Quality: The picture was presented in the usual 1.33:1 ratio full frame color, the current industry standard. If you like over-produced music videos from the early 1980's, you'll love this one because the lighting wasn't great, the grain too much, and the effects too over used. The fast cuts looked like someone was just taught how to make them (a problem when learning to make edits is that you often make too many at first, something a good editor learns to quit doing). The audio was presented in the usual 2.0 stereo English but the blaring music track, which sounded distorted on a couple of home theatre set ups I tried it on, came off as an excuse to be loud without meaning. If you like loud but droning music, like some taking ecstasy seem to enjoy, you might enjoy it more than I did.
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Body of Review: Nectar Entertainment is one of the newer companies on the market and they seem to be trying to find their niche in relation to other companies. They've wisely sworn off the over crowded gonzo market and they don't appear to be any threat to the feature producers either, making me think they're looking to hit the style over substance crowd (which is very capably handled by Studio A and a few others). I'm reserving my long term judgment as I know it's tough to figure out what sells and what doesn't overnight and they did well at the 2004 AEE show, but if their latest release, Metropolis is any indication of their direction, they might want to look a bit harder in the very near future. The DVD is a series of just five vignettes that took the form of an old school music video, tease and all, with the sex coming afterwards. If handled properly, this could work but that wasn't the case here. Read the following breakdown of the scenes by cast, noting that they were never credited so the men may be off in a case or two:
Scene One: City Scape: Brittany, a busty blonde with a black vinyl outfit on, and Cynthia, a redhead with kicking curves and a pink vinyl outfit on, had a sequence where the two pranced around on stage, slowly stripping as they eventually embraced one another. The music was repetitive but similar to one of the older Command & Conquer computer games. About five minutes into the scene, they shared Billy with one another, giving him some head and getting some in return. They screwed in a couple of positions and It ended when
Scene Two: Moon Dance: Nina, a gal with some serious curves and major DSLs, wiggled around her fancy set that was basically a stage with a large moon painted behind it, had a scene with Anthony after she masturbated a bit. It was a scene with few frills, oral/oral/69/screw/pop shot to face, but it could've been worse.
Scene Three: Night Life: Pason, the little redheaded cutie with an aptitude for females, took on newcomer Sarah, in a lesbian scene that looked to be on a strip club stage. I liked their lingerie and the way they licked and rubbed one another but it wasn't the best lesbian scene I've watched recently and the use of the large red dildo came far too late in the scene to make a difference.
Scene Four: Neon Alleys: Dolorian, a curvy blonde with a sweet face and even sweeter body, pranced around like the others and masturbated until the mighty Evan came to assist her get off. He went down on her and she reacted as though she was getting off. She then took him in her mouth and slobbed his knob as though it were fruit from the gods. The couple boned hot and heavy after that and it ended when he popped his load.
Scene Five: Roof Tops: Vicky, one of the highlights of the 2004 AEE Show, did a dance sequence to show off her curvy figure and then took on two guys that looked vaguely familiar (I think Alex and Tristan). She gave them each a hum job and then they took turns screwing her, including a very short DP. It was okay but not her best work.
Summary: I'm going to rate this one as aSkip It to the vast majority of viewers out there. The sex was never great, and only mediocre in most cases, the stylish lighting and effects grated on my nerves really soon and the whole thing seemed like an exercise in futility more often than not. The music it was based on sounded horribly generic, on the par of a poorly run strip club in the seedy part of town, and the rest of the show wasn't much better.
Note: You can see recent candid shots of several of these performers by visiting: My Photo's and read about their antics at 2004 AEE Show.
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